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A trip to Haiti – Three Days to Spread Leadership.

Haiti: A hidden paradise, beautiful landscape and delicious cuisine. By Jeannot Michel MD, Chairman of the Board of Directors On April 4th, part of the Executive Leadership team and Board Member of HaitiLeve from Georgia, USA, went to Haiti for staff training and to facilitate experts in the US share their knowledge with the local…

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Meet our Founder : Discover the story of Dr. Michel Jeannot

Special thanks to Geraldine Darko, Good Ground Literary Services, our sponsors Google for non profit organizations, Walton Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine, HaitiLeve ‘s Board Members along with our Executive Leadership team, my wife Natacha Etienne Jeannot, and Jérémy Chane-Tu. Dr Michel Jeannot is the Chairman of the Board of Directors and Co-founder of HaitiLeve which…

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Christie’s Story: Sponsorship, Mentorship and Leadership.

A STORY OF IMPACT, LEADERSHIP AND LOVE The Seeding Hope Program is more than sponsoring a child’s education, its about changing a predictable outcome of failure to an opportunity for success. It’s about mentorship, leadership, and seeding the hope for a better future in Haiti. The Problem Christie Geffrard is an 11 year old girl…

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Bendy’s News #1 : A Future and Hope

After the successful crowding funding campaign we led, your donation had a multiplying effect. Besides changing the trajectory of Bendy’s future, your generosity has motivated Bendy to achieve excellence. Your gesture compelled him to serve his community and share his knowledge. Bendy is currently planing to go back to his community in LADELANDES, state L’artibonite…

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Seeding Hope 2017

This initiative was initiated by the leader Joe Edris Montilus responsible for public relations in Haiti, along with Harry Alexandre who is the director of the department of innovation and national production of the organization. They were able to distribute 28 kits to vulnerable kids who’s parents were are struggling to pay their kids tuition,…

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First Leadership Conference in Haïti

Effective Leadership HaitiLeve is an organization that is promoting effective leadership for a sustainable world. Therefore the organization hosted his first leadership conference in Haiti on may 13th 2017 at the ” Vilatte restaurant in Haiti” The event was nothing but a huge success. Every single details were prepared by a group of committed volunteers,…

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The United Nations Youth Assembly Winter 2017

Building Leadership Capacity HaitiLeve executive committee sponsored five emerging Haitian leaders to attend the UN youth assembly conference in February 2017, in New York, as part of our mission to create a new generation of leadership for a long-lasting change in Haiti. The selected youth were actively involved with the organization. Travel and all expenses…

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International Poultry Expo, Atlanta GA

Lessons From Two Haitian Leaders The Internal Poultry Expo was one of the first activity organized by the Executive committee of HaitiLeve in Feb 2017. The goal was to expose local Haitian Leaders to new ideas abroad so they can apply their knowledge in Haiti to improve the national production. In Haiti, poultry farming remains…

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A Superior Approach to Philanthropy

Building partnerships and collaboration, focusing on leadership development and sustainability for a greater impact. By Michel Jeannot, MD, FCCP, ABSM. Every transformational organization or influential leader has challenged the status quo and influenced positive change. They were able to answer those three fundamental questions, the why, the what and the how. In this article, we…

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UPDATES-Students List Have Been Completed.

WORK SESSION OUR LEADERSHIP TEAM IN HAITI. This has been a major milestone. Despite great challenges facing Jnior Ignace in Haiti, He was able to upload the files of 534 students in a database build by Natacha Etienne Jeannot. Soon we will be able to select a particular student to sponsor, we will have a…

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